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Return to Book Page. Battle Leadership by Adolf Von Schell. Battle Leadership by Adolf Von Schell, is a classic that should be read by all combat leaders. Written between the First and Second World War, Von Schell provides insight on German Army lessons learned that are timeless and applicable to any generation of military professionals.
Von Schell addresses the effects of tempo, importance of timely intelligence, the often inaccur Battle Leadership by Adolf Von Schell, is a classic that should be read by all combat leaders. Von Schell addresses the effects of tempo, importance of timely intelligence, the often inaccuracy of intelligence, the value of veteran combat leadership and leadership by example.
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Especially illuminating is the last chapter, in which Von Schnell analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the ‘s US Army for Germany. Jan 16, Matt Wright rated it liked it Shelves: A series of articles written just after the end of WWI from the German perspective. It contains some succinct and easy to digest anecdotes and resultant analysis that is still somewhat applicable to modern warfare.
Recommended for axolf NCO and junior officers, particularly those in combat corps. May 03, Fred Leland rated it it was amazing. This book is a great study on how to develop people and organizational cultures to take initiative. It’s voj older book but the messages on devolving mutual trust and building a bottoms up decentralized decision making culture are timeless. Nov 20, Bobby rated it it was amazing.
Great leadership primer from an experienced source This book is taut enough to power through in one or two sittings, but is also dense enough to reference again and again as needed.
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Yet, how shall we speak about the souls of others, when we do not even know our own? Is there a single one of us who can say with certainty how he will leadetship to a given event? Nevertheless, as leaders we must have some knowledge of the souls of our soldiers; because the soldier, the living man, is the instrument with which we have to work in war.
The great commanders of all times had a real knowledge of the souls of their soldiers.
It is probable that this will be still more true in future wars. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.